You may have noticed it’s a bit chilly out, a whole -11 C with the wind to be accurate.
The normal winter weather conditions are back, with temperatures expected to stay below 0 C for the weekend.
According to Environment Canada’s forecast, you can expect those temperatures to stay that way in Penticton all through to next Friday, Jan. 29.
For Saturday, expect a high of -3 C, with a windchill making it feel like -12 C through the day.
Through the day and into the night, clouds will be gathering, with temperatures dropping to -7 C overnight.
Sunday will be cloudy with a chance of flurries starting in the morning followed by periods of snow. The winds will pick up as well, heading south at 20 km/h and bring the highs of -2 C down to chill at -11 C.
The periods of snow will continue through the night and into Monday morning.
Heading further south to Osoyoos, temperatures are a little warmer, with Saturday seeing -4 C and a high of -2 C, while the wind chill makes it feel like -10 C.
The snow will be coming earlier in Osoyoos, with a 40 per cent chance of flurries overnight and temperatures of -7 C and -13 C with the windchill.
Sunday sees periods of snow starting in the morning, as well as the same south 20 km/h wind bringing the high of -2 C down to -11.
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